Spring Island Featured in Golf Course Architecture

The November 2012 issue of Golf Course Architecture magazine includes a nice full-page story about the re-opening of Old Tabby Links golf course in the South Carolina golf community of Spring Island.

The article quoted Brandon Johnson of Arnold Palmer Design Company saying,

“The renovated Old Tabby Links has renewed strategic value. Width off the tee now incorporates alternative angles of attack as a way to navigate towards the variety of new pin locations. As a result, the majestic oaks and pines that surround the course may come into play should you be on the wrong side of the widened fairways. Classic risk/reward decisions will be encountered. Heroic shots will entice the player and a myriad of recovery options around the greens will challenge one’s decision making. Our intent is that all of this adds up to a fun and interesting golf course full of variety and shot options that will present new challenges and rewards in every round.”